Sunday, November 23, 2008

Kod Etika Penulis Blog Dari Seri Syed Hamid Albar


Menteri Dalam Negeri Datuk Seri Syed Hamid Albar semalam mencadangkan penulis blog mewujudkan kod etika mereka sendiri bagi memastikan mereka bertanggungjawab dengan apa yang ditulis.

Beliau berkata perkara itu penting kerana kebanyakan penulis blog bukan dari kalangan wartawan yang dilatih untuk menulis sesuatu perkara secara adil dan seimbang.

Syed Hamid berkata kod etika yang dicadang itu perlu dibuat dalam bentuk peraturan dan bukannya perundangan atau akta baru.

Beliau berkata penulisan blog merupakan cara berkesan dan boleh mempengaruhi serta membentuk perspektif pembaca mengenai pelbagai isu.

"Mereka (penulis blog) boleh menyatukan masyarakat atau memecahkan. Seperti rakyat Malaysia lain, penulis blog juga perlu mempunyai tanggungjawab dalam menjaga kestabilan dan keselamatan negara," katanya ketika merasmikan persidangan 'Bloggers Buff' 2008 di sini hari ini.

Syed Hamid berkata wartawan profesional sekalipun mempunyai garis panduan masing-masing, dan oleh itu tidak ada sebab kenapa penulis blog tidak perlu mempunyai kod etika mereka sendiri.

Beliau berkata blog tidak dimasukkan dalam media lain kerana menerusi blog, pembaca boleh memberikan reaksi terhadap sesuatu isu yang ditulis sebaik ia disiar dalam blog.

"Komen dan sesi menjawab semula itu malangnya menyediakan saluran kepada orang ramai untuk menyebarkan perasaan benci dan sentimen perkauman," katanya.

Sementara itu, presiden penaja National Alliance of Bloggers (All Blogs) dan
wartawan Ahirudin Atan berkata penulis blog sepatutnya mengeluarkan kod etika mereka sendiri tanpa campurtangan kerajaan.

"Penulis blog mempunyai kuasa mempengaruhi pendapat, dan jika ia (kuasa)disalahguna, ia boleh menimbulkan pemusuhan di kalangan rakan," katanya pada persidangan itu.

Beliau juga berkata komen yang tidak mempunyai nama perlu dilayan seperti "surat layang" dan penulis blog serta pembaca mempunyai hak untuk tidak melayan mesej itu.

Farock (bukan nama sebenar) :SIapa penulis blog yang DIA maksudkan?? orang yang baru belajar meblog mcm aku ka?? atau yg dah Mahir? mungkin kod etika yg dia mau nie penulis hendakla memuji corak pemerintahannya. Tidak menyelongkar Kelemahan n tipu helah yg beliau boleh selindungkan di media massa lain. :-). selagi penulis blog tidak menulis hal-hak +v mengenai Gov. Selagi itulah penulis blog di anggap -ve oleh pemerintah.. sekian terima.. kasih :=). jgn salahkan pokok yg bergoyang... untuk pengetahuan.. SEMUA pembaca-pembaca blog adalah golongan berpendidikan ( tau pasal komputer) klu di bandingkan dgn TV or Radio, so tau baik buruk...

Farock (bukan nama sebenar) : Klu nak gue cerita pasal kebaikan dato d blog nie + banner. BAGI LAH gue RM??? ( StandarDla kan ) . gue akan ulas kebaikan I.S.A yg memecah belahkan ahahHAHAHAAHNTU.

10:10 AM by tawau · 2

Tuesday, November 18, 2008

Bah!! tukar-tukar Link kita, Exchange Link , Blogroll, Barter Link, Tukaran Link


Bah!! tukar-tukar Link kita



Bah Sila Copy Kod Barter link Di bawah dan Masukkan di Blog Anda, Gue akan buat Link Back secepatnya


Kelab Motor Klasik

6:24 PM by tawau · 3

Sunday, November 16, 2008

Kelab Motorsikal Wilayah Tawau - KEMOWTA




Kelab Motorsikal Wilayah Tawau - KEMOWTA merupakan salah satu kelab yang aktif di daerah tawau. Kelab ini kurang menjalankan aktiviti di On line berdasarkan pemantauan ku pada blognya yg ndak terupdate. Mungkin Mereka lebih siuk beraktiviti di highway tawau. Kelab ini di tubuhkan pada tahun 2007 atas dasar adalah untuk mendidik remaja dan belia-belia hari ini dari melakukan kesalahan jalanraya dan jenayah seperti lumba haram, pengambilan dadah dan alkohol, bergaduh dan bermacam-macam perkara yang tidak bermoral, tidak berfaedah yang boleh merosakkan akhlak remaja dan belia pada masa kini.


Bermotokan JAUHI DADAH , HINDARI REMPIT Kemowta telah berjaya menjalankan beberapa aktiviti sepanjang tahun ini seperti Konvoi ke Sandakan. pelbagai lagi aktivit yang telah di rancang dan akan di laksanakan klu ada masa.

Di harap dengan adanya kelab sebegini di daerah tawau pandangan macik-macik, jiran tetangga dan mereka yang selalu bepikiran Negative & sempit Terhadap Mat Moto dpt menabik SPring kpd mereka. semangat untuk majukan diri bukan sekadar di atas jalan raya tapi juga di alam maya.

lama dah mencopy paste jak ku update blog...google adsenseku dah Aprove.. boleh dah aku merapu cakap melayu di sini... :-)

8:49 PM by tawau · 2

Saturday, November 15, 2008

Scooter Honda, Aero 50




Toss the word "scooter" out to the average citizen, and odds are you'll conjure up an image of, say, Gregory Peck and Audrey Hepburn tooling around the Trevi Fountain in Roman Holiday or Mods trolling through early 1960s London à la Quadrophenia.

The "classic" Italian scooter is a storied image, and it's as dominant today, thanks to an overall scooter resurgence, as it was back in post-WWII Europe. So permeated on the pop culture landscape are these Romanesque runabouts that quite often they're thought to rule the world.

Ah, but there's perception...and then there's reality. Which, for the record, falls squarely in Honda's corner, bestowing the manufacturing giant with the undisputable title of history's all-time scooter sales leader. From the Aeros, Leads and Sprees to the Elites, Metropolitans and all-new Ruckus, it's easy to see the overwhelming volume (and diversity) of scooters Honda has produced over the course of the last half century.

Such was not always the case, though, and after a brief stint manufacturing all-steel, "classic"-style scooters in the 1950s (with mixed sales results), Honda stopped altogether by the mid-1960s to focus on the less expensive Cub series. Of course, absolutely colossal success ensued with this machine, prompting Honda to eventually re-enter the scooter fray by 1980, exporting hugely to the rest of the world while setting up factories abroad — including one in Italy, smack in the main competition's backyard.

Honda's re-entry wasn't a second attempt at conquering the "classic" scooter design, however; this time around, the company came back with what's now affectionately known as the "modern scooter." The 1983 Aero 50 featured herein was one of these new machines leading the charge of Honda's scooter resurgence.

So what exactly made one scooter classic and another modern? The most obvious difference was in the construction and styling. Bodywork with contemporary, sharper-angled shaping replaced the roundish, all-steel aprons of the classic models. And fully automatic transmissions were opted for over the manually shifted gearboxes of the older design.

All in all, these new scooters were lighter weight, less expensive to produce, vastly more fuel-efficient and virtually effortless to ride — even the most novice of pilots could master the simple, twist-the-throttle-and-go operation in no time. And in the Aero 50's case (this model was known as the Lead in Europe and Asia), with its feisty 49cc, air-cooled two-stroke engine calling the shots, quick, around-town transportation became a hassle-free affair. Automatic oil injection furthered the convenience quotient by eliminating the need for two-stroke fuel/oil premixing.

Unfortunately, the two-stroke Aero ran afoul of the ever-more-stringent emissions standards of mid-1980s America, leading to its discontinuation in the U.S. market. (Ironically, the nearly identical late '80s/early '90s Elite 50, also a two-stroke, enjoyed a long, successful run here.) Nevertheless, the Aero 50 enjoyed a makeover in '85, receiving plusher leading-link front suspension in addition to wider bodywork and a bigger seat, bumping up the comfort factor significantly. Larger-displacement models, the Aero 80 and 125, also followed, enjoying brief three- and one-year runs, respectively, from 1983-85.

Today, the last vestiges — appearance-wise, at least — of Honda's inaugural batch of "modern" scooters can be found in the ozone-friendlier four-stroke Elite 80. Of course, should you fancy more of a Euro-style, classic scooter, there's always the Metropolitan. And for those seeking the ultimate minimalist form of expression, look to the all-new Ruckus.

Either way, Honda's got your ticket to ride happy

11:15 PM by tawau · 1

Thursday, November 13, 2008

Tens safety tips for motorcycle riders




# Make eye contact – never assume others see you. Always try to make eye contact with drivers who may be about to pull into your path.

# Read “vehicle language” – even when drivers, cyclists and pedestrians do see you approaching, they often misjudge your distance and speed. Don't rely on them.

# Watch out for left-turning vehicles at intersections – getting hit by an oncoming vehicle that's turning left is the most common type of motorcycle crash.

# Check behind when turning left from a highway – watch your mirrors and make sure you have plenty of space behind. The drivers behind might not slow down for you.

# Look out for hazardous road conditions – wet roads, fluid spills, sand, gravel, highway sealant, railroad tracks, potholes and other road-surface hazards reduce your traction. They cause many falls.

# Take it easy on the curves – many crashes happen there. You might overshoot the road or cross the centre line and get hit by oncoming traffic. Watch the road ahead, slow down and choose the correct lane position-before entering a curve.

# Wear a good helmet – Helmets prevent head injuries in 67 per cent of crashes and deaths in 29 per cent. They're also mandatory in B.C. Make sure your helmet has a sticker showing that it meets current safety standards. Avoid buying a used helmet. It may have been in a crash, and the damage may not be obvious.

# Wear protective clothing designed for motorcycle riders – it can provide some protection during a crash, as well as shield you from the weather and flying debris. Keeping warm and dry will help you stay alert and maintain coordination. Wear your riding gear in layers so you can adjust to changing conditions. Jeans give little protection. Never ride in lightweight pants or shorts.

# Protect your eyes and face – constant wind can make your eyes water, preventing you from spotting hazards. Flying insects, dust and debris can hurt your eyes and face. The best protection is a full-face helmet with a built-in face shield.

# Be visible – Wear bright, reflective clothing. Add extra reflective material to it or wear a reflective vest. Likewise, buy a bright-coloured helmet and stick reflective tape to the back and sides. Always keep your headlight on. Ride in the lane position where other drivers can easily see you and you've got room to move. Avoid all other vehicles' blind spots.

Source : http://www.icbc.com/road_safety/motorcycle_safety.asp

7:44 PM by tawau · 1

Tuesday, November 11, 2008

Bamboo Helmet




While it's no secret that bamboo makes for an excellent natural building tool, I've never seen anything quite like this Roof R06 helmet. Sure, I've seen bikes made from bamboo before, so why not protect your head with the stuff while riding it? OK, so this helmet is really for motorcycles, not bicycles. Being that most helmets are made from plastics and foams which are not really
environmentally friendly, it's nice to see something like this... plus I think it looks awesome. This is said to be a limited edition helmet, so if you want one, better act fast. I'd contact your nearest dealer to see if they can order one. Oh yeah, it passes the European E22/05 safety requirements for helmets, but no mention is made of whether or not it's DOT approved in the U.S. My guess is that the helmet is perfectly safe if it passes the E22/05 tests though.

[Source: Motorcycle News]

5:44 PM by tawau · 0

Saturday, November 8, 2008

HONDA DREAM SUPER SPORTS CR71


Motorcycle(Racer)
HONDA DREAM CR71 SUPER SPORTS


Based on the C71 street bike, this high-performance sports bike was developed for clubman racing. Only forty of these production racers were ever produced.

Engine Air-cooled 4-st. Twin OHC 2-Valve Gear Train
Displacement 247.33cc
Max Power over 24PSr / 8,800rpm
Max Speed 150km/h
Dry Weight 135kg
Transmission 4-Speed
Honda Collection Hall

7:00 PM by tawau · 0

Tuesday, November 4, 2008

AL Fatihah - Abdul Samad Mian (Malaysian Rock Guitarist)




KUALA LUMPUR: A guitarist with rock band Lefthanded, Abdul Samad Mian, died after collapsing at his brother's office in Ampang here, on Thursday. He w as 45.
Samad’s wife, Norliza Sumairi said he collapsed at 12.45pm and was pronounced dead on arrival at the Ampang Hospital.


Samad will be buried at the Hulu Langat Muslim Cemetery later on Thursday.

He is survived by his wife and four children aged between six and 18 years.

Born in Johor Baru, he was a part-time lecturer at the National Arts, Culture and Heritage Academy and was instrumental in Lefthanded winning the best rock album award at the Malaysian Music Industry Awards in 1995. Bernama

Source


12:42 AM by tawau · 1

Monday, November 3, 2008

Honda CUB F 1952




An engine of the type F became real Heath - more than six thousand motors were sold in the course of the month from the moment of its release. Reason for success - compact form; achieved due to two short exhaust pipes, which go out from the engine, and original hemispherical tank. An engine of the type F was easily fastened practically to all models of bike. For clear red drop-like



1:10 AM by tawau · 0

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